- The Lancet Infectious Diseases
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Reports from systematic review and meta-analysis
Data show up to 20% higher uptake among adults, adolescents and children.
AUA does not recommend prophylaxis beyond 24 hours.
A paired cohort study of community-dwelling middle-aged and older adults.
Fewer illnesses, briefer symptoms in babies receiving higher dose.
Clinicians treating very young, febrile infants with suspected UTI should forgo focus on HRV.
About 50% of survivors develop long-term, serious sequelae requiring treatment.
A new report was recently published by the UK charity.
A new tool for clinicians screening very young infants with fever and possible UTI.
Data reinforce utility of oral corticosteroids in children aged 2-3 years with wheeze.
Recommendations support universal vaccination within 24 hours of birth.
Uptake is more likely when providers evaluate and recommend immunization.
HPV screening in women aged >65 years | Short vs prolonged beta-lactams for sepsis.
CDC data show use is common in first trimester despite risk for birth defects.
Therapy could boost potency of other cancer therapies when used in conjunction.